December is a great time to pop out for a landscape course in Guernsey, wrapping up warm and dry is the key, and taking plenty of wipes for your lens in case it rains (as it did today).
We had planned a sortie deep in the south coast but after reviewing the steadily falling rain on the way we decided to go down to Moulin Huet, still the south but more easily accessed on foot.
It wasn’t too bad when we arrived but the rain came down more steadily as we took pictures. We spent much time wiping the lenses between pictures, but it was all worth it as everyone took a great moody picture.
On the clamber back across the rocks Mel decided to test how deep a puddle was…… we found out back at the studio tripods are great for hanging socks on (never follow me Mel )
Going out on and getting pictures on the worst days are difficult and testing but good for toughening up the spirit! And we found out how excited I get with moody clouds….
Thanks Paul Clark, Melanie Garrard, Rachel Harding and Paul Garrard for an entertaining day
Picture by Paul Garrard
Picture by Rachel Harding
Picture by Paul Clark
Picture by Melanie Garrard